You are a Pear Shape Pears typically have a small bust, narrow shoulders and a little more love in the hips, thighs, or bum.We have pieces specifically designed with you in mind: The Pear CollectionStyling Tips: Be wary of the length of your clothes. Show off your slim top half and choose tops that fall above the hip line for a flattering look. Look for dark block colors on your bottom half and hems that come to the knee or above. Invest in a good bra - if it sounds like fun, a padded bra will add a few cup sizes and help you feel more balanced. Support underwear can pull in your waist and support your thighs - this is a great way to...
You are an Apple Shape Apple's have an ample bust, rounded in the midsection, with slimmer arms and legs.We have pieces specifically designed with you in mind: The Apple CollectionStyling Tips: Use clothes to sculpt your midriff, so it looks less like an apple and more like an apple core. Draw attention to the favorite parts of your body such as legs, shoulders, the neckline. Don't be afraid to use color. Vibrant patterns will gloss over problem areas and strong block colors will accentuate your best bits. If you desire, body control underwear can help define your middle area, pulling you in at the waist. Featuring The Emelina Tee
You are a Rectangle Shape Rectangles are more straight, not much variation from shoulders, bust, through the waist and hips. You might have an athletic build or a slender build. We have pieces specifically designed with you in mind: The Rectangle CollectionStyling Tips: Look for clothes that will create volume, with details such as frills, scalloped edges, and ruffles. Stay away from clothes with a large print, as they can drown out your dainty features. Draping will give soft lines across the body and will create volume in your more petite areas. Featuring The Theodora & The Isthmus Skirt
You are an Inverted Triangle/Strawberry Shape Strawberry's have broader shoulders and more narrow hips. We have pieces specifically designed with you in mind: The Strawberry CollectionStyling Tips: Add width to the hip line with asymmetric garments or waistcoats to help balance out broader shoulders. Use block colors on outer garments and avoid any details or horizontal stripes on the shoulders as this can broaden the shoulder line. Featuring The Emelina Tee
Still not sure what shape you are? Check out the video below to hear from Lev Apparel's Krystle Marks on a closer look into how to discover your body shape. Working as a personal stylist, Krystle has found the key to successful styling is knowing your body shape. We have put together a "Body Shape Identifier" video that helps you learn how to identify your body shape quickly and effectively. No measuring or calculating required! Ready to learn how to style your body shape? Check out these styling tips when it comes to creating your outfit and what to look for while shopping.